Meditative Art and Movement

Kirkridge Retreat Center

Join Hilary Smith in an exploration of two complementary forms of mindful meditation. Qigong is the ancient Chinese art and science of using gentle movement, breath and contemplation to harmonize the body with the mind and the spirit. The practice is accessible to people of all ages, sizes and levels of physical conditioning, and is …
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Be a Seminarian for a Day

Trinity School for Ministry

Considering seminary?  Hearing a call to ministry?  Thinking about supporting Trinity in your prayers or financially? You are warmly invited to attend one of Trinity’s upcoming “Be a Seminarian for a Day” events. Guest seminarians join with faculty, staff, and students for Morning Prayer in Trinity’s Chapel and then are able to attend 2-4 classes …
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Gerald May Seminar

Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation Inc.

Fifteenth Gerald G. May Seminar—with Wendy M. Wright May 15-16, 2020 Wendy M. Wright, PhD, is Emerita Professor of Theology at Creighton University and Affiliate Faculty at Oblate School of Theology Institute for Study of Contemporary Spirituality. She earned her PhD in Late Medieval/Early Modern Contemplative Studies at the University of California at Santa Barbara …
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Religious, Spiritual, Secular: Living in a Pluralistic Culture

Vancouver School Of Theology

A Multi-Religious & Multi-Disciplinary Academic Conference Keynote Speakers: Rabbi Ted Falcon & Imam Jamal Rahman Co-authors of Getting to the Heart of Interfaith and Religion Gone Astray Registration opens March 15, 2020 Call for Papers Submissions open till February 15th, 2020 Conference Theme 75% of Canadians identify as religious or spiritual. What role do religion …
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